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Compulsory courses

Master’s studies in health sciences consist of a final thesis of 60 or 90 credits (ECTS) and 30 or 60 credits of courses chosen by the student and her/his supervisor. There is one common compulsory course (seminar) for all students. In addition, some faculties require the student to finish a set of compulsory courses (see below). Furthermore, each student must finish a graduate level course in methodology, statistics and ethics if he/she hasn’t done so before (the faculty specific courses below are examples of some of those).

Compulsory courses by Faculty: